1. FIRST PHASE OF REVIEWING (CLOSED)

Abstracts are due by 12:00 PM CET time (UTC+1), 31th January 2018 (extended deadline). Applicants may submit multiple contributions of different formats (one contribution per format), but must enter only one contribution at a time per submission via the online platform. The different formats are full length paper, full session, poster, training workshop, and lightning talk. Details to be found in the format section of the website. Abstracts must fulfil the requirements indicated below and be clear and well written. The official language for submission is English, nevertheless, contributions in French are also welcomed. The organizers are making provision to organize simultaneous translations from French to English and vice-versa.

Acceptance will be notified by 17th February 2018.

Certificates of participation will be issued to the participants during the conference.

According to the authors acceptance, conference proceedings containing the extended abstracts will be published online. Significant contributions fulfilling the revision process will be invited for publication in an edited book.

 

First phase of reviewing

The requirements for each format are the following for the first phase of reviewing:

Papers

  • proposed contribution title;

  • name(s), institutional affiliation(s), contact(s) of author(s);

  • abstract (500 words). References (up to 5, in a consistent style), tables, and figure captions are not included in the limit of words but have to be filled in together with the abstract, applicants can join up to 2 visuals (images or tables) to their abstract

  • 4 to 6 keywords

  • short resume (100 words)

 

Full session (this call is directed toward future chairs and is open to 1 or 2 chairs from the same or different institutions)

  • proposed session title;

  • chair(s): name(s), institutional affiliation(s), contact(s) of chair(s);

  • foreseen panel: name(s), institutional affiliation(s), contact(s) of presenter(s), if already known

  • short abstract (500 words) giving a clear rationale for the papers’ collective goal

  • 4 to 6 keywords

  • list (maximum 5) of the proposed full-length original papers (if already known), including title and 300-words abstract for each

  • short resume (100 words) of both the proposing session chairs and each of the foreseen session participants (100 words each)

To be noted: Preference will be given to sessions with four contributions, although sessions of five will be considered. Sessions composed entirely of participants from a single department at a single institution are not likely to be accepted. Graduate students are welcome as session participants, but sessions composed entirely of graduate students are less likely to be accepted than panels that include senior and postdoctoral presenters together with graduate students.


 

Posters

  • proposed poster title;

  • name(s), institutional affiliation(s), contact(s) of author(s);

  • abstract (300 words). References (up to 5, in a consistent style), tables, and figure captions are not included in the limit of words but have to be filled in together with the abstract, applicants can join up to 2 visuals (images or tables) to their abstract

  • 4 to 6 keywords

  • short resume (100 words)

 

Training workshop

  • proposed training workshop title;

  • chair(s) / trainer(s): name(s), institutional affiliation(s), contact(s) of author(s);

  • short abstract (500 words); including a list of activities + material needed + time schedule

  • 4-6 keywords

  • short resume (100 words) for the chair and other trainers (100 words each)

To be noted: Time allowed to training workshops will be 90 minutes training per session (with a maximum of 2 sessions for the same workshop)

 

Lightning talk

  • proposed lightning talk title;

  • name(s), institutional affiliation(s), contact(s) of author(s);

  • abstract (300 words). References (up to 5, in a consistent style), tables, and figure captions are not included in the limit of words but have to be filled in together with the abstract, applicants can join up to 2 visuals (images or tables) to their abstract

  • 4 to 6 keywords

  • short resume (100 words)